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...There is frequent confusion between a function and its derivative function, and this confusion can be remedied only by lots of practice with graphs. Calculus classes now include some physics, particularly the physics of trajectories. As a physicist, I am especially well prepared to help students with such physics-based problems.

...I know both the concepts and the methods that the SAT uses that make concepts a student knows appear more difficult. I work with students both on content and strategy, which is essential to making the SAT math more manageable. I have had success tutoring students who substantially raised their scores on the GMAT math section.

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